Razor Round-Up!! Take a look at these scooters!

 A PR company asked me if  I would do a quick Scooter Round-Up for you, the readers of My Mummy Reviews and I said yes! I hope you find this information useful.
Have you heard of a company called ‘Razor’? I hadn’t until now…but wow…that sell some cool kit! They have some really amazing Kick Scooters, Stunt Scooters and Electric Scooters in their range.  They also sell Ripstik Caster Boards and the innovative Sole Skate.  From a quick browse through their site I can safely say my favourites are the seated electrical scooter and the Sole Skate.  I like the seated scooter because it looks really practical and fun, it is not cheap though at £249.99 – How I wish I could get one to review. 🙂 The Sole Skate looks really unique and it seems to be quite small so you could easily take it with you when you go shopping, etc. I can’t really imagine myself on a sole skate though – I think I might fall off!  I loved watching the video of it though…it makes me want to buy one for my daughter when she is much older and into all that kind of thing. It doesn’t seem too bad a price at £49.99. It is sure to make a fantastic birthday present for any teenager!

Here are just some of the popular products from Razor:-

    Razor eSpark 

    The Razor eSpark features an ultra long lasting spark cartridge which they say will ‘light up your electric ride for hours of fun’.  You can buy replacement cartridges separately. The eSpark can go up to 10MPH and it will run for up to 45 minutes when fully charged. The frame is made from Aircraft grade aluminium, it has a patented bow-assist spring and a patented Bogo leaf spring. There are non-slip foot pegs and soft foam grips on the handlebar. It is suitable for children of 8 years and over.The SRP is £199.99.

    Razor PowerWing

    The Razor PowerWing looks like great fun! I would love one of these. It is a three-wheeler that you move by rocking your body from side to side. the website says that mastering sideways drifting and 360 spins is really simple so I’m sure kids and teenagers alike would love this. It can be folded down for easy storage and it is suitable for children aged 8 years and over. The maximum rider weight is 65kg. The SRP is £119.99.

    Razor RipRider 360

    The Razor RipRider 360 is described as being a successor to the classic three-wheeler of the 1970s. They say it rides like no other as it has dual inclined caster wheels which allow ‘ Resistance-free Drifting and Spinning Action’. The RipRider 360 has a Freewheel System which allows for incredible casting speeds It has an adjustable handbrake and the frame and fork are made from long-lasting rugged steel. It is suitable for children aged 8 years and over and the maximum rider weight is 72kg. The SRP is £129.99

    Razor RipStik

    The Razor RipStik is a caster board that allows you to accelerate without even pushing….even when you are going up hills! The website says that the 360 degree inclined casters and pivoting deck provide a carving motion just like a snowboard! They say that the unique twisting motion of the Ripstik moves you forward without you even having to having to push off the ground! All you need to do is twist and go! It’s available in Blue, Red, Green, Pink and Silver. It has a rubber-padded torsion bar, 76″ urethane wheels. and ABEC-5 Bearings. It is suitable for children aged 8 years and over and the maximum rider weight is 100kg.

    The SRP is £79.99 

    To visit the Razor Extreme website please click here.You can keep up to date with all the latest Razor news by joining their mailing list or by following them on Facebook.

    Here is a list of all the stockists of Razor products.

    *Please note this is not a review nor a sponsored post. I am just doing a favour for a PR company by letting you all know about these fun scooters and caster boards. I’m also secretly hoping that if they ever do have any products that need reviewing…they’ll pick me! 🙂

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